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The situation of artists and cultural workers and the post-COVID-19 cultural recovery in the European Union : background analysis

Dâmaso, M., Culture Action Europe
Background analysis, prepared for the European Parliament, provides an overview of key characteristics of artists' and cultural workers’ status across Europe, their working conditions, precariousness and career paths. It outlines the justification for specific policy solutions and provides a mapping of key challenges for a European framework for working conditions in the cultural and creative sectors and industries.
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2021

Cultural and creative sectors in post-COVID-19 Europe : crisis effects and policy recommendations

Amann, S., Heinsius, J., IDEA consult, Goethe-institut
Cultural and creative sectors (CCS) have been hit hard by the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. This study analyses the so far effects of the crisis on the CCS, as well as the policy responses that are formulated to support the sectors. Based on the analysis, policy recommendations are formulated to further improve the resilience of the CCS in Europe in the medium and longer term.
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2021

Rebuilding Europe : the cultural and creative economy before and after the COVID-19 crisis

Lhermitte, M., GESAC
Vóór de coronacrisis had de culturele en creatieve sector een omzet van € 643 miljard en waren de kernactiviteiten van deze sector goed voor 4,4% van het BBP in de EU. Dit betekent dat de culturele en creatieve sector een grotere bijdrage levert aan de economie dan de telecomsector of de hightechindustrie. GESAC benadrukt de noodzaak van grootschalige overheidssteun, van een wettelijk kader dat investeren in de creatieve en culturele sector mogelijk maakt en van het inzetten van deze sectoren om groei in Europa aan te jagen. Gesac ziet de uitdaging na de crisis o.a. in het benutten van miljoenen talenten in het aanjagen van verandering in Europa, op sociaal en maatschappelijk vlak en op het gebied van milieu.
Nederlandse samenvatting in de bijlage: "Europees herstel, de culturele en creatieve sector voor en na de crisis".
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2021

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The art market 2021 : an Art Basel & UBS report

McAndrew, C.
Results of an analysis of the global art and antiques market in 2020.
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2021

The state of artistic freedom 2021

The State of Artistic Freedom 2021 is launched annually and marks the key moment of the Freemuse calendar. This year’s report documents an analysis of 978 acts of violations of artistic freedom in 2020 in 89 countries and online spaces. 17 artists were killed, 82 were imprisoned and 133 detained. Oppressing artists’ voices has not stopped with the restrictions on cultural events imposed worldwide following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. On the contrary, to some extent, it intensified.
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2021

Hiscox online art trade report 2020 : part two: buyer behaviour

Read, R., Hiscox, ArtTactic
COVID-19 has had a major impact on the art industry, as reported in part one of the Hiscox online art trade report 2020. This second part, based on research conducted in September 2020, looks at how online art buyers’ behaviour and habits have changed during the pandemic and what this could mean for the art industry.
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2020